Employers are making the self-service move

Lee, Karen
September 2002
Employee Benefit News;Sep2002, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p15
Reports that U.S. employers are turning to online self-service enrollment as an efficient way to reduce waste of employee time and money. Online benefits tool launched by Fidelity Investments for its clients; Number of clients which NuView expects to go the self-service route; Increase in the number of participants who enrolled online in 2001.


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